Agenda | Podcast
Agenda is your Saturday morning fix of art, politics, news and trash from a feminist perspective. Presented by Katie Winten and Isabelle Hore-Thorburn; the brains behind Women In The Arts. Produced by Mari Stuart.
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EP 94 GOODBYE AGENDA
For our final episode of Agenda we looked back on the past two years of the show and our previous segments, guests and highlights.
We were joined by FBi Radio's Music Director Amelia Jenner to chat about what goes into bringing so much diversity into the FBi Radio sound, her thoughts on festival lineups and her work with NECTAR, a booking, touring and events agency she founded along with Andy Garvey, Tia Newling and Jemma Cole.
We also heard Larissa Shearman’s Behind The Lens series, which tells the stories of female filmmakers. For episode 2 we met Pauline, a Yaegl woman and a filmmaker with many years in the industry. In this episode, Pauline discussed how her Aboriginality intersects with her filmmaking.
EP 93 XENOBLOOD & CHOSEN FAMILIES
For our second last episode of Agenda, we went a bit rogue with our music selection and played some of our favourite pop songs, from All Saints, Carly Rae Jepsen and M.I.A.
We also heard from writer Quinn Eades about Queerstories: Chosen Family Xmas and the release of the book Going Postal: More Than ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ - a collection of queer marginalised voices on the experience of life during Australia’s 2017 voluntary marriage survey, and in the year since. The book is being launched in Sydney at The Imperial Hotel on December 9.
Plus, we heard from Alex DeGaris one of the co-directors of Sister Gallery, an Artist Run Initiative in Adelaide that recently moved all of their programming online. Sister’s current online exhibition is Xenoblood and we spoke to Virginia Barratt from the collective In Their Interior about the new work.
EP 92 CELINE DION, HEARTBREAK & AN AGENDA ANNOUNCEMENT
This week we filled in for Backchat on FBi this morning with an Agenda Extender episode, starting half an hour earlier than usual.⏰
We spoke Celine Dion and gender-neutral babies, 808s and Heartbreak with Sidehustle DJs Nerida Ross and Maddy Costello and the role that media plays in issues of domestic violence with Renata Field (Domestic Violence NSW).
Plus we heard all about Indigenous filmmaking with Medika Thorpe and Pauline Clague, directors of the WINDA Film Festival happening at Event Cinemas George St on November 22-25, 2018.
We also heard from Behind The Lens, a series about female filmmakers from Larissa Shearman. Part one of the series featured a conversation with Megan Riakos, director and the President of Women in Film and Television NSW.
We're looking forward Singles Club, an upcoming evening of performances on November 22nd curated by former Agenda guest Bree van Reyk. It's part of the Backstage Music series at Woodburn Creatives and is a collection of solo and duo exchanges between herself, Marcus Whale, Rhiannon Newton (choreographer), Lauren Brincat (artist) and Cor Fuhler (composer/improviser).
We also announced that Agenda will be coming to an end. After two years of bringing you the latest on arts, politics and news from a feminist perspective, we're sad to announce that we're going to be wrapping things up on December 1st.
EP 91 THANK U, NEXT
We're back after a little break! Today on Agenda:
- the eroticism of pop music.
- Ariana Grande's new breakup anthem and her very important performance on Ellen.
- Nao's new album Saturn.
- Rough Idea with Auckland-based Agenda family member Natasha Matila-Smith in conversation with Lana Lopesi, who is the author, critic and Editor in Chief of The Pantograph Punch. Lana recently released her book False Divides which looks at the divisions and unifications created by colonialism, technologies and the adaptability of Moana peoples across the Pacific.
EP 90 HOMAGE, POWER MERI & DAY FOR NIGHT
On this week's episode of Agenda, we spoke to:
Sound artist and composer Bree Van Reyk about Invisible, As Music, her piece featuring in Day For Night at Liveworks Festival on Saturday 27 October.
Joanna Lester, director of the new Australian documentary Power Meri, which looks at women's rugby league in Papua New Guinea.
Queerstories' Maeve Marsden who'll be hosting Homage: a queer musical tribute at the Factory Theatre on Wednesday 24 October, featuring performances from LGBTQI+ musicians like Brendan Maclean, Jordon Raskopoulos, Marcus Whale and Sports Bra.
EP 89 REVISITING SELF-CARE & MAKING HIAPO
This week we revisited the idea of self-care and what it REALLY means, with the help of Liminal Magazine editor Leah Jing McIntosh. We also took a look back at a past episode of Agenda to hear from Call Your Girlfriend's Amintou Sow for her thoughts on the topic.
We also heard from our Auckland-based Agenda family member Natasha Matila-Smith with her segment Rough Idea, which explores arts practices and practitioners in New Zealand.
Natasha spoke to Cora-Allan Wickliffe, a multidisciplinary artist of Māori and Niue descent. Cora-Allan is also a curator and a founding member of BC COLLECTIVE, which stands for Before Cook and Before Columbus. She spoke to Natasha this week about her journey of becoming a maker of Hiapo, a form of decorative Barkcloth from the South Pacific Island of Niue.
EP 88 DECOLONIAL IMAGINATION
We were also joined by Mellum PR's Uda Widanapathirana, to hear about about Women in Music Empowerment Day 2018 and their work as an artist manager for HABITS and Miss Blanks.
Plus, for Rough Idea we heard more of Natasha Matila-Smith's chat with curator Ioana Gordon-Smith, about what it means to be an Indigenous artist in New Zealand.
EP 87 NECTAR, CAMP OUT & ROUGH IDEA
Plus, we debuted a new segment called Rough Idea with writer and artist Natasha Matila-Smith featuring NZ-based creative practitioners. This week Natasha spoke with Ioana Gordon-Smith, a curator at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery in Auckland, about the new exhibition From The Shore.
EP 86 SWEET 15 SUPPORTER DRIVE SPECIAL
This week on Agenda as part of FBi Radio's Sweet 15 supporter drive, we heard from some FBi legends both past and present about what the station means to them:
- Deepa Alam (Wednesday Lunch)
- Lucy Smith (former presenter of Up For It)
- Lee Tran Lam (Local Fidelity)
- A.H. Cayley (founder of Backchat)
- Grace Farrell (Friday Arvos)
- Ayebatonye Abrakasa (Don't @ Me)
- Maria Dimitriakis (Weekend Overhang)
- Nikki Brogan (FBi's Managing Director)
- Isabelle Hore-Thorburn (Agenda co-founder)
- Caroline Gates (former Program Director of FBi Radio)
EP 85 HYPNIC JERKS & NOTHING TO LOSE
This week we heard from Archie Barry, a multidisciplinary artist working across video and performance. They spoke about Archie’s upcoming performance artwork Hypnic as part of The Public Body .03, an exhibition taking place at Artspace in Woolloomooloo on Wednesday 26 September.
We also spoke to Melbourne based musician, producer, artist and architecture academic Simona Castricum about her upcoming performance at Soft Centre, a one-day festival of radical performance art, sound and visual design happening on Saturday September 22nd at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
Plus, we were joined Lisa Rose, the director of Queer Screen Film Fest, and Jain Moralee who is the producer of Nothing to Lose, a documentary by queer artist and fat activist Kelli Jean Drinkwater screening as part of the festival on Friday September 21st.
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